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OpenCL on Altera SoC FPGA (Linux Host) – Part 4 – Setup of the Runtime Environment

OpenCL on Altera SoC FPGA (Linux Host) – Part 4 – Setup of the Runtime Environment

Hello and welcome to Part 4 of setting up OpenCL on Altera SoC FPGAs. In this section, we’ll setup the run time environment and get the example application running on the SoC target. If you’d like to follow along, this section assumes that you’ve already run through Part 1 and Part 3 of this tutorial. […]

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SUPERUSER, LINUX TUTORIAL, PART 44

this episode of our linux journey is about superusers. during the course of our journey, we already heard about users and permissions, and in our last episode, we’ve seen how a certain root user owns files that are crucially important to the linux system. so, at this point, we have our linux system and we […]

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“Practical Thoughts on Immigration” – Heather Mac Donald

Tim Caspar: Good morning, welcome. Good morning and welcome. My name is Timothy Caspar, I serve at Hillsdale College as associate vice president for external affairs. I’m also deputy editor of Imprimis. I have the privilege of teaching in the college’s, politics department. I’m a graduate of the college, which was way back in 1994. […]

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Behind the Scenes: Putting the Pieces Together in Evernote for iOS and Android

Hi, I’m Ian Small, CEO of Evernote. Today we’re behind the scenes and we’re going to do something different than we’ve done before. Previously, most of the episodes we’ve shown have focused on one individual component of the overall Evernote experience. And today we’re going to be taking a bunch of the pieces that we’ve […]

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Tutorial: Free SSL Certificate Installation in CentOS 7 / Red Hat Enterprise Linux (RHEL)

Tutorial: Free SSL Certificate Installation in CentOS 7 / Red Hat Enterprise Linux (RHEL)

In this video, you’re going to learn how to install a valid SSL certificate on a CentOS Linux server running the Apache web server. By the way, the SSL certificate you’ll install will be issued by Let’s encrypt entirely for free. Traditionally you’ve had to pay for SSL certificates and renew them each year incurring […]

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It starts with Linux

– Linux in general is what’s driving the innovation of today. From virtualization to cloud to containers to Kubernetes, the reason why these platforms exist is because Linux existed. And so it’s still the foundation of everything you do. So we start to see customers now using these four footprints of physical, virtual, private clouds, […]

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Solus Budgie Linux Installation Frustration – Krazy Ken’s Tech Misadventures

Solus Budgie Linux Installation Frustration – Krazy Ken’s Tech Misadventures

– [Ken] Oh, (bleep) that wasn’t supposed to happen. GNOME is a little more of a resource intensive desktop environment, as many have pointed out. Downloading 37 of three. Well, that’s not really the kinda math I would be doing, but maybe it’s just going above and beyond. (electronic timer) (upbeat electronic music) Well, I […]

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Learn Kali Linux Episode #15: Accessing the Dark Web Using the Tor Browser (Part 1)

Learn Kali Linux Episode #15: Accessing the Dark Web Using the Tor Browser (Part 1)

Hello everybody and welcome to this tutorial. Today, I will open up a chapter on how to stay anonymous. So there are several ways, several methods that you can use. First off, you’ve probably heard about these things, they are proxies, so you are just routing your connection through several different points, although this can […]

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iOS 13.1 Beta 3 – Follow Up

iOS 13.1 Beta 3 – Follow Up

hi everyone Aaron here for ZolloTech & iOS 13.1 beta 3 has been on my iphone XS Max for a few days I’ve been using this as my main device and been using it every single day so I want to share with you my experience based on battery performance and things like that and […]

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iOS 13 – 3 months later – Review and Follow Up

iOS 13 – 3 months later – Review and Follow Up

hi everyone Aaron here for ZolloTech & iOS 13 has been out for believe it or not about 90 days now it may have been out a little bit longer than that by the time you’re watching this but it’s hard to believe that it’s been out only three months or so because if you’ve […]

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